NFL Goes Pink
The NFL has gone pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Players, coaches and officials wore pink on the field and the sidelines during games Sunday with the color gracing caps, cleats, gloves, wristbands, chin straps and officials' whistles, while footballs included pink ribbon decals.
Country star Martina McBride sang the national anthem flanked by dozens of breast cancer survivors before the Ravens' game in Baltimore on Sunday night against the New York Jets.
New England's Tom Brady and many other players had pink towels hanging from their waists in Oakland. Philadelphia's Michael Vick wore a padded pink glove on his bruised non-throwing right hand.
In San Diego, the Chargers had dashes of pink in the "San Diego" and "Chargers" that were painted in the end zones.